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Belarusian Railway

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Belarusian Railway
Belarusian: Беларуская чыгунка
Russian: Белорусская железная дорога
Map of railways in Belarus.png
Map of the system
Minsk-Pasažyrski (Passenger) railway station p08.jpg
Locale Belarus
Dates of operation1992–present
Track gauge1,520 mm (4 ft 11 2732 in)
Length5,491 km (3,412 mi)

Belarusian Railway (BCh) (Belarusian: Беларуская чыгунка (БЧ) / Biełaruskaja čyhunka, Russian: Белорусская железная дорога)[note 1] is the national state-owned railway company of Belarus. It operates all of the rail transport network in Belarus. As of 2005, the railway employs 112,173 people.


The company, formed in 1992 after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, is one of the inheritors of the Soviet Railways. It administrates 5,512 km of railway with (1,520 mm (4 ft 11 2732 in) Russian gauge). The railway's most important station is Minsk Terminal, the central station of the capital.

BCh reports to the ministry of transport and as of 2010 was composed of 84 organizations; 46 enterprises, 38 institutions, and 7 factories/plants.[2] The rail network is divided into 6 departments: named after the regions around Minsk, Baranovichi, Brest, Gomel, Mogilev and Vitebsk.[3]

Rolling stock

Electric locomotives
  • ChS4t; Co'Co' electric locomotive
  • VL80, BCG-1; twin-unit (Bo'Bo')-(Bo'Bo') locomotives
Diesel locomotives
  • M62, TE10, TE116, TEP60, TEP70, ChME3; Co'Co' diesel electric locomotives
  • TGK2; two-axle diesel shunter
Passenger multiple units
  • DR1; diesel multiple unit
  • ER9, Stadler FLIRT (EPg, EPr, EPm); electric multiple units
  • DP1, DP3, DP6 Pesa; diesel multiple unit for Minsk-Vilnius services.[4]



See also

BCh logo variant
BCh logo variant


  1. ^ In the second decade of the 21st century the railway moved from using the Russian language for printed publications, to bilinguality - using Belarusian and Russian.[1]


  1. ^ Яўген ВАЛОШЫН (29 January 2011), "Як папулярызуюць родную мову на Беларускай чыгунцы?", (in Belarusian)
  2. ^ Общие сведения, (in Russian), Belarusian Railway, archived from the original on 5 May 2010
  3. ^ БЕЛОРУССКАЯ ЖЕЛЕЗНАЯ ДОРОГА: Отделения дороги, (in Russian), Belarusian Railway, archived from the original on 26 May 2010
  4. ^ Missing or empty |title= (help)

External links

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